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V.6. Commission Regulation 1251/70 of 29 June 1970 on the Right of Workers to Remain in the Territory of a Member State after Having Been Employed in That State Oj 1970 L142/24

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This chapter deals with the Commission Regulation 1251/70 of 29 June 1970 on the Right of Workers to remain in the territory of a member state after having been employed in that state OJ 1970 l142/24. The right to equality of treatment, established by Council Regulation No. 1612/68, shall apply also to persons coming under the provisions of this Regulation. The Commission of European Communities may, taking account of developments in the demographic situation of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, lay down, at the request of that State, different conditions from those provided for in this Regulation, in respect of the exercise of the right to remain in Luxembourg territory. Within two months after the request supplying all appropriate details has been put before it, the Commission shall take a decision, stating the reasons on which it is based.

Keywords: Commission of European Communities; right of workers



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